President Trump’s Texas National Disaster Declaration in anticipation of Hurricane Harvey last week gave FEMA pre-disaster lead time to begin rolling out its disaster response services for Texas victims. As passed disaster victims have discovered, […]
Thousands of Texans sheltering at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston will have access to on-site medical care at a 250-bed Federal Medical Station established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human […]
New and resumed interactions that accompany the start of a new school year create new bullying risks. The federal government and many states have laws and other rules that make bullying illegal or civilly actionable […]
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Senate Republican Leaders unveiled their proposal to reform Obamacare on Thursday, the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017.” Read the language and share your thoughts here or in our forums on Linkedin or Facebook.
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While living in a well-run assisted-living or other support of residential living arrangement can provide many positive social, safety and healthcare benefit for patients with declining physical or cognitive abilities, most elderly and disabled individuals dread […]
Health care is about caring, not judging. Call To Action: Become a Project COPE Healthcare Hero Follow, like and share our articles and resources in this ProjectCOPE.blog, and follow, like, share your comments and ideas, […]
Millions of elderly and disabled Americans live in nursing, assisted living and other care facilities. While patients and their families admit patients to these facility rightly expect these care providers to appropriately and safely care […]
The self-composed obituary of Sonia Todd is a touching reminder of the power and importance of patient choice even for patients facing death. The success of our health science and the ever extraordinary miracles […]